This is the third of four yearly street clean ups that WABA coordinates with Asheville GreenWorks. We alternatively focus on the eastern/western ends of Haywood Road and are thankful to you, our community, for coming out and volunteering. Details below – bring a friend! Please RSVP.
Date: Saturday, September 1, 2018
Time: 10am breakfast – 10:30am clean up starts
Location: WALK (West Asheville Lounge & Kitchen), 401 Haywood Road
Breakfast provided by: WALK, Sunny Point Café and Biscuit Head.
Post Clean Up Rewards: Choose a post Clean Up beer (21 and up) from New Belgium Brewing or an ice cream coupon from The Hop available for those who are too young or don’t wish to have a beer!
Please RSVP below, so we have a count for breakfast.
What is a Clean Up Day? How do you participate? Is this a family-friendly event? How long is the clean up? What is for breakfast? Should you bring anything? What happens at the end?
Read on for answers to these questions below.
What is a Haywood Road Clean Up Day?
A morning where volunteers work to pick up trash and recycling along the Haywood Road corridor with the support of Asheville GreenWorks. We alternate between the east end and west end of the road. (Next Haywood Road Clean Up Day is November 10, focusing on the west end.)
How do you participate?
1-RSVP, especially if you are bringing multiple people with you
2-Show up at 10am at WALK
3-Eat some breakfast
4-Gear up with gloves, safety vest, bags, and tools
5-Head out to pick up trash and recycling along the corridor
6- Finish at New Belgium Brewing to return gloves, vests, tools and pick up your ice cream coupon or free beer (21 and up)!
Is this a family-friendly event?
Yes, although not recommended for very small children. Haywood Road is a busy street and it is important that you and your children stay alert and safe throughout the clean up. An adult signature on the Asheville GreenWorks waiver form is required.
How long is the clean up?
Generally volunteers are out about 1.5 hours, so you should expect to finish up about noon.
What is for breakfast?
WALK, Sunny Point Café and Biscuit Head are donating delicious breakfast items for volunteers including scrambled eggs, potatoes, breakfast meats and veggie options, biscuits, juice, and coffee. WABA will also be proving fresh fruit.
Should you bring anything?
Asheville GreenWorks will supply gloves (adult size), safety vests, and trash bags for everyone. They’ll also have a limited supply of tools. Madden’s Ace Hardware has donated 10 trash grabbers to WABA, so those along with some brooms/dust pans will be available.
If you have your own grabber, a flat-headed shovel, or industrial broom, we recommend you bring it.
What happens at the end?
Finish up at New Belgium Brewing and return items you borrowed from Asheville GreenWorks, or WABA to receive a coupon good for a scoop of ice cream at The Hop West or a beer (21 and up)!
We look forward to seeing you! Remember to RSVP, using the above form.
Your support of the businesses that support these clean up days is greatly appreciated.
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